Fred D Sack
fsack at magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu
Tue May 30 18:50:55 EST 1995
A postdoctoral research position is available in plant molecular genetics and
development to study structural stomatal mutants in Arabidopsis. Two
EMS-induced mutations, "too many mouths" and "four lips", have been isolated
that have extra adjacent stomata. tmm appears to be an important regulator of
stomatal formation, and acts at several developmental levels. Furthermore,
its effect on stomatal formation varies greatly depending upon organ and
The postdoctorate will be expected to initiate gene cloning, isolate and
analyze additional stomatal mutants, perform genetic analyses of mutants in the
pathway, and evaluate developmental aspects of the phenotypes.
A background in molecular biology and genetics is required. It is desirable
that the applicant also have experience in cloning and in plant development.
Funding is from NSF for up to 3 years. The position is available as soon as
If interested, contact Fred Sack at the Madison Arabidopsis meeting.
Alternatively, send a CV, and names, addresses and FAX numbers of 3 references
to Fred Sack, Plant Biology, Ohio State University, 1735 Neil Avenue, Columbus
Ohio 43210, USA. Phone: 614-292-0896, FAX: 614-292-6345, e-mail:
sack.1 at osu.edu.
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